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April 13



'O wai kou inoa? What's your name?

Aloha no Vaiola Pua Apelila Kalaukoa Kekahuna kou inoa

No hea mai 'oe? Where are you from?

Born and raised in Manoa Valley, and I now reside in Palolo Valley!

ʻO wai ke ahupuaʻa āu e noho nei? Where do you live?

I ka Palolo

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  • hi love ones
  • I am so sorry for your loss of a Great Man,your papa.

    His love is here with you and Ohana....think of all the good times you folks had and he is thinking of the same thing because of his Love for all of you.

    He will always want the best for you and everyone he loved.

    So, pray or think of good thoughts and your dreams will come true.

    God Bless you all
    Robert M Ebanez
    Keli'iKanaka'ole-o-Haililani 2006
  • aloha, i was going through the geneaology research here on this site and saw that you was asking any references on your great-grandfather John Kalaukoa.. I don't know much about him myself but i believe that my great grandmother and him to be brother and sister, which makes us ohana.. if you need more information on him a can put you into contact with my cousin, who did the Kalaukoa mo'kuauhau..
  • Good to see you are doing ok :)
    kalamai for the lateness but happy valentinez my friend:)

  • I started doing genealogy about 4 years ago. I found that I'm very good at it and it has become a passion. I have had great successes with our own family genealogy and last year we had a family reunion that brought several lines of our family together for the first time. The research is fascinating and so very rewarding. I feel privileged to use my talents to help others when I can. I'm happy I was helpful to you.
    Aloha pumehana,
  • Aloha Vaiola,
    I saw your comment at the genealogy group area. I do genealogy and did a little search on John Kaimi Kalaukoa. There is an entry at FamilySearch submitted by Dayle Kalama Turner. I don't know how long ago the entry was made but the address for Dayle is 45-519 Apiki St., Kaneohe, 96744. Also, John Kaimi Kalaukoa died October 19, 1982. I suggest going to the library and search the newspaper obituaries for his. Obituaries give you names of survivors and that information could help you find your `ohana.
    I hope this helps.
  • Aloha,

    Thanks for chatting. It's different at this site, more personal to express our mana'o with being uncomfortable. Reminds me of face book, just less games to play. Perhaps the site coordinator will implement Hawaiian games/legends or history too. It's a good way to educate others too!
  • Aloha,

    Just chatting...Do you have family on Moloka'i and Maui. I went to school with a classmate by last name of Kekahuna. He says he related to me cause his 'ohana from Keanae/Hana. My mother side is Akuna from Keanae.

  • The Isley Brothers? They don't make music like this anymore! Brings back some sweet memories!!! Mahalo for the add....
  • aloha cuz....mahalo....Hauoli Makahiki Hou to you too!!!!
    Eh- I gotta call your mom sometime soon when I get my act together and follow up on some genealogy stuffs....mahalo pono!
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